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Brandon Thread

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Ah! This was so good! I loved how everyone's personalities made it feel like a happy little rainbow of party people.

I am sad I missed this one, but everyone did such a great job!

Thank you! I was going for a sort of bittersweet memory. I'm glad that translated.

Thank you for playing! I'm glad you liked it.

All hail!

This is too good to exist. What have you done? =P

The atmosphere and music really sold it. This is great!

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it.

I love the art in this game. 

I died a few times.. but I enjoyed the experience!

That was very hard scene to write. I'm still crying on the inside.

Thanks!  =)

I wanted to tell a story that displayed the same words, but conveyed a very different message depending on the player's actions.

I really enjoyed this. Very relatable. 

This is super cool! These types of games are always a joy, and making one in Bitsy is fantastic.

Classic Whiskers...

At least the fish has a positive outlook...

Ah Wow! This is a well-crafted story!

I LOVE the way it sits down at the end! This made my day.

Thanks! I'm not sure why I didn't do this to from the beginning. haha!

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it.

After I designed that puzzle, I realized that the player wouldn't be able to do it again if they messed up later since items are a one-time pickup, so I made it a fail state. I'm thinking about changing it to where there are arrow tiles under the items to point the way, then removing the "exile" thing altogether.

I appreciate your feedback! I'm glad you gave the puzzles a second try. I realize they are a little more annoying than I had originally planned. 

Thank you for playing, reading the log, and posting here!

I really appreciate this. And I agree about bitsy - There's much more to it than it would seem at first glance.

Thanks! Also sorry!

Thanks for playing!

Great music and a delightful little story! Loved it.

9/10 - Needs more lootboxes.

Thank you! This was may first real attempt at a bitsy game.

I've had it on my list since you released it, but I haven't had enough time to keep up with all of the awesome bitsy games recently. 

I love the use of the exit hack! This game is absolutely fantastic.

thank you for the kind words.

I wanted the game to be about the "maze", but it just seemed boring and lifeless. I added the npcs as a sort of last-minute improvement.

hey thanks! i'm glad you liked it.
it was pretty time-intensive, but I'm happy with the results.

Thanks! It ended up being my largest game since every step was a new room. Haha

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Haha no problem. There are so many possibilities in bitsy!

I guess I killed my friend... But the colors were great!

Also the "retry" button was a neat idea!

Thank you! I really appreciate you taking the time to enjoy it.
I had intended to submit it for the November jam, but I finished a little late due to some other commitments.

This is a great idea! A museum space where interactive art and sound can be appreciated in the environment in which they were designed to be appreciated.

Also, how do I commission a "Fountain Room" for my house? =P

I like this!

It's an interesting take of the dialogue system, and the art looks wonderful.

Great job!

Thanks. The inspiration was very draining.

I see what you did there.

I'll forgive you this time...

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Hi!

I'm a game dev / composer.

I've tried Ludum Dare a few times, but I get too ambitious and fail to meet the deadline. As such, I'm really just looking to write a song or three for anyone who is interested. I can put in whatever time is needed to make sure the music is on par.

This portfolio contains a small collection of soundtrack-related work. This portfolio contains some chiptune-styled work.

Contact me via email (brandon at threadsmind dot com) or twitter(@happygameguy).


Side Note: I'm well versed in C# and Unity's inner workings, so I can lend a hand debugging things or giving general development feedback.